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 Pattison, Rev. MarkPayne-Smith, Robert, D.D., 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Payn, James
 
(b. 1830). “Lost Sir Massingberd” (1864); “A County Family” (1869); “A Perfect Treasure” (1869); “Like Father, Like Son” (1870); “At Her Mercy” (1874); “Less Black than we’re painted” (1878); “By Proxy” (1878); “What He Cost Her” (1878); “High Spirits” (1879); “Under One Roof” (1879); “Two Hundred Pounds Reward” (1880); “A Confidential Agent” (1880); “A Grape from a Thorn” (1881); “For Cash Only” (1882); “Some Private Views” (1882); “Literary Recollections” (1884); “The Luck of the Darrells” (1885); “Glow-Worm Tales” (1887); “Holiday Tasks” (1887); “A Prince of the Blood” (1888); “The Eavesdropper” (1888); “The Mystery of Mirbridge” (1888); “The Burnt Million” (1890); “Notes from the News” (1890); “The Word and the Will” (1890); “Sunny Stories, and Some Shady Ones” (1891); “A Modern Dick Whittington” (1892); “A Stumble on the Threshold” (1892); “A Trying Patient” (1893); “Gleams of Memory” (1894); “In Market Overt” (1895).   1
 


 Pattison, Rev. MarkPayne-Smith, Robert, D.D., 

 
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